My partner and i stayed and soon realised this was more of a hotel. it was very nice and still very basic. The cafe downstairs/rooftop was done really well. The location was pefect close ton train and buses and to get around from there was perfect.
The 2 HUGE things that really anooyed us was there was NO hot water for a shower in the morning. The coast of coffee in the hostel is the same as a Big breakfast...???
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A lively hostel! If you like to be surrounded by flowers, and if you like to feel like home when you travel, this is the right place for you!Peking International Youth Hostel is situated at the most charming and popular Hutong Conservative District in Beijing - the south of Nanluoguxiang. It is located near the very heart of the city, in the Dongcheng District. The alley's north end is enclosed by Gulou and Zhonglou. A little south-west at the end of the alley, is the middle axis of Beijing where the Jingshan Park, the Forbidden City and the Tiananmen Square sits along. The gorgeous night time attraction sites, Houhai, Qianhai and Shishahai is just to the west of the alley, in a distance that should take you around only 10 to 15 minutes walk through Yu'er Hutong. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Peking International Youth Hotel Beijing